The Tall Men soundtrack from 2007, composed by Ken Darby, Victor Young. Released by Varese Sarabande Club in 2007 (VCL ) containing music from The Tall Men (1955). 27. The Tall Men (Vocal by Jane Russell).
Victor Young Orchestra With The Ken Darby Singers. The Merry Old Land Of Oz. 2:49. A7. –Victor Young Orchestra With The Ken Darby Singers. We're Off To See The Wizard. B1. –Cliff Edwards With Victor Young Orchestra And The Ken Darby Singers. All selections previously released on DECCA album old number DL7-8387 entitled THE WIZARD OF OZ-PINOCCHIO. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout (Description): 7-5048-WI.
Tall Man is a compilation album and 61st overall album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Bear Family Records in 1979 (see 1979 in music). Like the preceding two Bear Family Cash releases, it consists of rarities and unreleased songs. Besser So, Jenny-Jo" and "Kleine Rosemarie" were recorded in German for that audience. Tall Man" is from the soundtrack to the 1961 film Cindy, and was listed when released by Cash as the 'B' side to "Tennessee Flat Top Box" as "Tall Men".
Listen to music from Tall Young Men like JacktheRipper, I Got a Lot of Money For a Poor Boy & more. rd "The irony is that this is a band about nothing - no job, no future, no holy ghost.
Produced out of 20th Century Fox by William A. Bacher and William B. Hawks, it's adapted for the screen by Frank S. Nugent & Sydney Boehm from a novel written by Heck Allen (as Clay Fisher). Filmed out of Durango, the cinematography is by Leo Tover in a CinemaScope/DeLuxe production and Victor Young provides the score. Montana Territory 1866. They came from the South, headed for the gold-fields
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The Tall Men is a 1955 American western film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Clark Gable, Jane Russell, and Robert Ryan. The 20th Century Fox film was produced by William A. Hawks. Sydney Boehm and Frank S. Nugent wrote the screenplay, based on a novel by Heck Allen.
The Tall Men is a 1955 American western film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Clark Gable, Jane Russell and Robert Ryan. Nugent wrote the screenplay, based on a novel by Heck Allen (as Clay Fisher).